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What determines the order of iterations in the timelines view?

Tina Zeman (1778) | asked Feb 04 '13, 5:05 p.m.
What determines what order the iterations display under the same timeline?  In our case they are all children of the timeline, not of each other.  Is it the Identifier, the Display Name, Start Date or End Date or a combination of these, or is it by the date you created the iteration?  Having a hard time reorganizing iterations in an existing project.

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Vladimir Zahariev (1503) | answered Feb 05 '13, 2:41 p.m.
Hi Tina,

The initial order is "by creation" (the iteration which was created last appears at the bottom). Then you can move it to the appropriate location. In the web UI you could use drag-and-drop and in the eclipse client use the "Move the Selected Iteration" button.

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Radha Nagaraja commented Oct 17 '13, 6:18 a.m.

Moving works only if we are changing the iteration. cannot move an iteration under the same parent to position.
Example: it is currently sorted on creation date in ascending order. It is not possible to change it to descending order.
  M1 [1/1/13 - 31/1/13]
  M2 [1/2/13 - 28/2/13]
  M3 [1/3/13 - 31/3/13]

Cannot be changed to

  M3 [1/3/13 - 31/3/13]
  M2 [1/2/13 - 28/2/13]
  M1 [1/1/13 - 31/1/13]

Any suggestions how to achieve this.


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